Comparing CBT and Logosynthesis: A client’s perspective

“ It’s not just our heads. Our body is connected to our head. We are a whole person: mind, body and spirit. “ Introduction Comparing CBT and Logosynthesis offers the opportunity to identify the benefits of a new therapeutic and coaching model. When it comes to addressing mental health challenges and promoting personal growth, there are many therapeutic and coaching approaches available. It can be difficult to choose the ‘best’ approach for the client and many factors play a role in the … Read More

How to resolve work-related stress headaches.

Sylvie contacted me because she was struggling at work.  “I’m having a hard time at work again. It’s causing me bad headaches. I have lower back pain. And I had a panic attack before going into work today.” Sylvie reported that apart from work, she was doing well. She has been experiencing tension headaches for the past couple of weeks and based on past experiences, she is worried that things were going to continue to go downhill. I guided Sylvie … Read More

How to relieve pain from accidents using Logosynthesis

Many people want to relieve pain from accidents.  Many people want to relieve pain from accidents. Even after things ‘should’ be ok, they often continue to struggle with a variety of symptoms. We guide people to use Logosynthesis® to quickly eliminate the energetic triggers for sustained relief. This post describes an example of this work. The distress: I was recently speaking with Amanda, who had experienced an accident involving a significant hit to the top of her head. Tests confirmed … Read More

How to feel better in the midst of a pandemic

We are living in uncertain times. Most people look forward to the holiday season. Parties with friends. Shopping sprees. Family rituals. And now we are told that we cannot do the things we enjoy. In addition, we are worried about our parents, our children, our coworkers, our businesses and more. We don’t feel safe when we go out in public, especially when other people are not doing what they should be doing. We feel the impact. Some of us feel … Read More